In a landmark assessment of the English planning system, former housing minister Nick Raynsford has warned that planning has been reduced to a “chaotic patchwork” of responsibilities which is not compatible with promoting the health, wellbeing and civil rights of communities.
The Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) and Future Cities Catapult have urged the planning profession to strongly consider more use of digital technology.
Martin Feakes UK Buildings Market Director at Ramboll takes a close look at the Government’s budget announcement to invest £675m into revitalising our high streets
Architecture firm PRP has been appointed as lead architect and masterplanner on The Western Village in North Kent, by joint venture development partners, Clarion Housing Group and Countryside
Sir Oliver Letwin’s report into build out rates has suggested that a new set of planning rules should be produced for sites with more than 1,500 homes to speed up property building
A revised planning application for Wretchwick Green in Bicester from Wates Developments and Redrow Homes has received approval from Cherwell District Council’s Planning Committee
Planning permission was granted for more than 350,000 new homes across 20,076 sites in the year up to June 2018
During the site selection process, greenfield versus brownfield is a major decision to make. Here is a guide on the differences between brownfield and greenfield
The latest report from the Town and Country Planning Association has revealed that a failed planning system is delivering next to no new affordable housing in England's most deprived areas.
Residential property developer and investor, London Green, has secured planning permission on appeal to redevelop a vacant office building in the London Borough of Bromley
A major redevelopment site in Maidenhead has received planning approval as part of a wider plan to regenerate the town
Nottingham City Council’s Planning Committee has approved one of Nottingham’s grade A office schemes, known as 11 Station Street
Willmott Dixon has been awarded a £38m contract by Winchester City Council to build a new sports and leisure centre at Bar End